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all right. >> not a bad way to -- >> come over here. >> he is trying to kill me. >> wow! >> you had us a little curious. we are in the midst of our friday field trip. willie, i don't know if i can get off this thing. in south beach. this is not a bad way to travel. >> the only way to travel on the beach. >> not bad. >> we've got a huge half hour for you. >> i'm sorry, i held on to you so tightly, i'll talk to hr right afterwards. >> i've filed a complaint. >> good news is that those
finger marks will come out. >> they'll come out eventually. flo rida is getting ready to rock this place. and pitbull giving us a tour as only he can do. >> that's right. >> food network one of the sponsors of the food and wine festival. giada de laurentiis is here. we'll see what she has on the menu. something to reveal something that my parents taught me. actually this morning they'll be joining us live. on this friday morning, carl quintanilla is holding down the fort in new york. a judge in south africa is deciding this morning whether olympic star oscar pistorius can be released on bail until his trial begins. he is charged in the murder of the valentine's day shooting of his model girlfriend reeva steenkamp.
he says he killed her accidently, thinks she was an intruder. more than 14 inches of snow smothered wichita, kansas, yesterday, the most the city has seen in 50 years. the rate of snow came down three inches an hour. one plane even got stuck in the snow at the wichita airport. the storm should reach new england this weekend. police are checking hotel surveillance tapes for leads in a spectacular shooting and explosion thursday on the las vegas strip. officials say a gunman in a moving black suv opened fire on a gray maserati driven by aspiring rapper kenny clutch. a taxi burst into flames. clutch and two people in the cab were killed. british tabloids are fueling online speculation that prince harry may be ready to settle down. he was photographed at a swiss ski resort this week, apparently
rekindling his romance with cressida bonas. all eyes will be watching to see whether harry accompanies cressida to the upcoming wedding of her half sister. meteorite reaction, but some think his response was too cool to be real. most amazing shot last night. that is ashley arno from william kerry university in mississippi. she has tried that shot at every home game since christmas and finally made it. absolutely unbelievable.
8:03. now let's get back to willie, natalie, savannah and al on the beach. >> taking one for the team. >> would like to try that one. >> exactly. it's gorgeous here. let's get a check of the happens to be our "friday field trip" city of miami. we've got a gorgeous day. plenty of sunshine, temperatures up into the low 80s. on the radar satellite, you can see the big storm system bringing snow. another three to six inches to the upper midwest. flooding rains down through the south on into the southeast are and we're going to be looking at -- talking about floods. flooding possibilities down south with three to six inches of rain possible. snow showers around the central great lakes. rain moves into the pacific northwest. sunny and mild through southern california on into texas. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein. radar showing scatters flurries moving west to east through our region. that patch of gray west of
washington a few scattered flurries ryie i trying to reach ground. a r and a light coating from virginia around dawn. and as we look later today, cloudy, highs reaching upper 30s. might get a little snow and sleet tonight with a light coating pep rain likely tomorrow. what is a beach without a sandcastle? victor long and rosio flores. south beach sand typically good for what you do here? >> it's a good mix but you have to dig for it. >> you have to dig for sand? you're on a seven-mile beach. >> you still have to move around. sand is a different coarse, mild, you know. >> what got you into this art
work? >> we've been doing it professionally for 15 years. >> what's it like? you create these beautiful masterpieces that you know are going to get knocked down or the rain comes in, surf comes in and takes them out. >> well, that's the price of being an artist. >> we love what you've done with the place. a gorgeous castle in honor of our visit. we really appreciate it. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. this is "today's" castle. >> we love it. we'll just move in here, actually. coming up next, mr. 305 himself, pit bull, takes us on a tour of his town. natalie's parents are here. we'll catch up with them. plus, a concert from flo rida in a few minutes. but first these messages. means living with pain. it could also mean living with joint damage. humira, adalimumab, can help treat more than just the pain. for many adults, humira is clinically proven to help relieve pain
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welcome back to south beach and our friday field trip to miami. if you really want to get a city, of course, you need to talk to the locals. >> that's right. we turned to one of miami's finest, pit bull, for a special tour of the magic city, the place that has inspired his unique brand of music. they call him mr. worldwide. >> you all having a good time? >> with hits like "give me everything." ♪ i ain't gonna lie there's nothing like miami beach ♪ >> and international love. global superstar pitbull is truly a man of the world. but he only has one hometown. miami. and today, he's taking the day off from running his global empire to show off the city he
loves. >> i'm going to show you miami from the other side. i'm going to show you now what inspires me to put out worldwide music. therefore, welcome to the bottom, the magic city, 305. and to the whole world, miami. >> he was born armando perez to cuban-american parents in little havana. >> i got to grow up in a city that was growing at the same time. it's like we're both learning together. miami is a melting pot, so many different cultures. you had to learn how to adapt to any environment quick. >> it's also what kept him grounded. even pitbull says the most important day of his life wasn't the day he got his number one single but the day he got the key to the city. >> we've come a long way, baby,
for real. >> especially for the boy who used to day dream about living in this house across the water on the exclusive island of key biscayne. look familiar? it was featured in the 1983 al pacino classic "scarface." >> if i were to ever become the president of the united states of america, i would say washington, d.c., thank you so much. i really appreciate it, the opportunity and the generosity, but that would be my white house right there. and you already know that the secret service agents would definitely look a lot better. yeah. >> cruising around miami, it would almost seem pitbull is already president, by the legions of fans excited to catch a glimpse of their idol. >> thank you. >> but to locals -- >> how are you guys doing? >> it's not the gold record that is impress them. it's the charitable work pitbull has made his life's mission. >> we just want to give back to the community but at the same
time let them know i'm from the same spot and going through the same struggles. >> his latest project, building a charter high school called slam in the same neighborhood he grew up for students looking for a career in the sports industry. >> in no way, shape or form, being raised and growing up in mia miami, i never would have imagined me standing on land of a school that i'm part of. it's emotional for me. >> clearly it's emotional for these future students as well. >> someone like pitbull taking an interest in this. >> it's going to be a great school and the kids that will attend this school could present something that miami could be great. >> boy, you have a future in politics. >> and a brighter future for all these students. for their hometown of miami and for their hometown hero. >> so nice of pitbull to give us a guided tour of miami and just
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back now with more of our friday field trip in miami. we like to think all these crowds are here just for us. the truth is, there's another reason. >> yes. >> 12g9 annuth annual wine and festival. >> we find "today" contributor giada de laurentiis here, participating in so many events. such a great time to be here in miami if you're a foodie. >> it is the best. can't beat the weather. we're on the beach and we get to eat and drink. >> what are we making this morning? >> willie, you're coming over here. you have to keep your glasses on, because you're cool? >> it's healthy. >> whatever. >> simple gnochi. >> that doesn't sound --
>> dump this in a bowl. you're going to mix. >> low speed or high speed? >> just try it. see what happens. >> oh, boy. >> here we go. willie, we've already cooked those. >> lemon juice. i mean lemon zest. nutmeg, salt. if i can get it out. >> little sticky. >> cup of flour. you're doing good. and we've got parmesan cheese. >> i see two egg yolkes here. >> one owe whole egg and one yolk. you don't have to bake potatoes or mash them or anything. they're potatoless gnochi. >> i'm getting a little dough is what i'm doing, right? >> yes. savannah! i think i can teach savannah to make gnochi. that's not easy. >> don't get too excited. we have a long way to go. >> you can stop now. >> all right. turn it off. turn it off before we all get covered. that's good.
put it there. now that you did that, you can have a glass of champagne. >> your turn. your turn. >> don't eat it. it's raw. put it in your hand. >> really? >> come on. and then roll it. >> okay. >> you're going to put it in the flour. yours is a little bit bigger because you're a man. i'm not going to get savannah's hands dirty, nor am i going to get my hands dirty. go ahead. do another one. we're going to take some of those. will willie, i'm going to make you do all the work. dump them in. >> all of these? >> yeah. >> little too much flour? little heavy on the flour? >> you didn't really need to dump the flour. just the gnochi. >> be very specific. >> it doesn't really matter. you cook them. take them out. now that they're all floured i might dip it. >> how long should they be in there? >> two minutes. i make a basil oil. olive oil and fresh basil, let it sit for a couple of hours and
toss them, little basil on top. >> that's a little light especially for gnochi. >> it is. i'm doing it for dinner tonight. and thn this is one of the things on the menu. >> that's beautiful. >> can we taste? >> you did better than i did. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> i make a little crust. this is my cherry chocolate ganache tart. it's good, right sf. >> very good. >> italian almond cookies. nothing? >> no, this is great. >> no response. you eat and don't say anything? >> i don't speak with food in my mouth. >> i do. >> delicious. >> thank you, savannah. whatever, willie. you make this and bake it off. here you go. you're going to work. >> yes, ma'am. >> cherry preserve, cherry jam. whatever. use a different kind of jam if you want. i make this for the holidays because i like the colors. >> what's in the crust again? >> look, look, look.
if everybody was going to get -- >> i am. >> expert for television. >> we have time. let's do this right. >> you spread it -- >> willie? >> he's sweating. >> i know, he is. >> do you see her nice? this is the difference between a man and a woman. >> yeah, i know. savannah takes the time. >> so now, chance to redeem yourself, put some pistachios in there and some dried cherries. you can see why i like this during the holidays. it's really good to make ahead. go for it. milk chocolate. >> that looks great. >> with a little bit of a cream to get a nice, shiny texture to it. >> do you have a favorite chocolate that you use? >> i can't say. >> okay. she does but she'll never tell. dark chocolate. >> pour it over the top. i'll let savannah do this. >> probably wise. >> then what happens? >> it goes in the fridge for five hours till it sets. no baking.
if you bake this, the chocolate will just go -- the whole thing is just going to -- >> i hear you. >> that's it. garnish it with more pistachios over the top. >> may i? >> actually, she's going to -- >> you didn't really need me in this segment. >> i did work harder for it, willie, you have to admit that. >> thank you, giada. >> i think i learned a lot. i stirred. i mixed. my work here is done. >> send it over to -- >> giada de laurentiis. >> send it over to natalie and al. >> thank you so much, savannah. we are joined with two very special guests, as we wrap up tips my parents taught me. we've got natalie's folks, mario and penelope morales. >> they taught me a very important lesson early on in life and that was the value of a dollar and how to make sure you don't pay retail, that you should always look for bargains and i think it came from, really, my dad was in the air
force. he retired about ten years ago in his mid 50s and really saved and you did really well throughout your life that you were able to retire at such a young age and then we never lacked for everything. we went on great trips everywhere around the world and had a good upbringing. so, clearly saving money. >> for folks with kids or their children have children, what do you say to them? what's one of the first things you do with your children to teach them about being thrifty? >> providing the right example. we used to do a lot of things that we loved to do, but we didn't stay at the fancy hotels. we didn't eat at the best restaurants. we would stay at three-star hotels and we didn't take the first-class train. whenever we were traveling throughout europe, we were fortunate to have lived in so many places around the world and we were able to see that area where we lived and take advanta
advantage. >> practical. you have tips for us. what's the first one on the list? >> first is my dad has made sort of a hobby, and both my mom and dad, their coupon book, making sure they look for the deals, rig right? >> well, yes. now we have the time, the luxury of time to look at all the ads that come out in the mail. >> sunday paper. >> sunday papers. and we do shop around. we're fortunate to live here in south florida that have plenty of supermarkets and have a wide choice of places to go to. >> another tip on the list? >> another tip is also, i think, you guys plan your meals, right, for the week? >> yes. usually i plan my meals and i see what i need for those meals and then i go through my coupons and i say, oh, i've got coupons for margarine, butter, whatever.
>> everybody needs to learn how to save. >> i love your last tip. just because it's on sale doesn't mean it's a bargain. right? >> no, no. >> don't buy it if you don't need it, right? >> exactly. >> that's the most savings, don't buy it. >> toent go to costco and load up on tons of toilet paper. >> how much of this have you adopted in your own life? >> my parents will tell you i'm not the best savesaver. they think i shop a lot. i do look for a good bargain thanks to them and the values they gave me growing up. >> mr. and mrs. morales, we know you have raised a beautiful daughter, nye and out. it's such a pleasure to get to meet you. >> thank you very much. i also learned a lot from my own children. i love them and i --
in the low 30s. might have the a few scattered flurries this morning and late afternoon into early morning perhaps snow and sleet that might put down a light coating mainly on grassy areas. changing to rain after midnight. o'occasional rain sunday. check traffic. danella, how's it looking? >> good morning. multi vehicle accident has all the southbound lanes of centerville road blocked at
and natalie morales. >> look who we are sharing the stage with right now, flo rida. >> and another natalie, by the way. >> flo rida, i know you're not exactly used to doing this show at this hour, but fun to be out with your people in miami? >> definitely. >> what do you have in store for us this half hour? give us a little tease. >> flo rida will be burning this place down in a few minutes. we'll get to that in a second. >> also coming up, we've got fun ways to check out all the action in the water here in miami. and a special monday morning program planned for you. of course, the oscars happen sunday night. meredith is joining me, going to the oscars. we'll have the winners, the fashions, all the losers -- no, we won't have the losers. we don't care about them. we'll have the after parties as well. got it all covered for you "today" at the oscars, monday
rning with meredith vieira, of course, starting at 7:00 am. >> a lot to get to this morning. let's get a check starting sunday evening. check of the weather? >> as far as your weekend is concerned, a storm system is making its way up the mid-atlantic coast. wet weather there and snow developing in new england. look for sunshine out in the southwest on into southern california. big storm moves into the rockies on sunday -- sunday -- we're looking at that snow. that eventually makes its way back into the midwest. more snow for kansas and missouri, unfortunately, getting into the early part of next week. look for leftover snow in northern new england. plenty of sunshine in central and southern florida. good morning. storm team 4 radar showing fast-moving snow showers. the northern neck of virginia heading off quickly to the south and east. a few flurries in fairfax county and should not cause travel problems. meanwhile, earlier today, in
shenandoah valley, that photo sent in. and later today into this evening around the reach wen might get a light coating >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al. we have limbered up and ready to start the fine sport. >> founder and ceo of the pro footballe tour. >> footballe is a combination of beach volleyball and soccer. in brazil soccer players would bring -- when the cops would show up, they would run over to the volleyball court. we brought the sport over to the u.s. and we have amazing athletes. >> like soccer, no hands? >> no hands. >> head, feet, chest, everything else is okay? >> wow!
>> there's no chance we could possibly do this. >> yeah. well -- >> you could use your feet? >> you can use your head. >> your head, shoulders. players smash it with their feet at the net. >> like a spike? >> like a spike. if you were acrobatic enough to crush it with your feet, that counts as two. >> is this catching on here? >> yeah. soccer players are playing. volleyball players that will leave their court and -- >> is it a coed sport? >> coed. it's like beach volleyball. we mix it up all the time. we have great athletes on the other side there as well. >> i'm not going to take my shirt off but that's exactly what i look like with my shirt off. >> are we going to give it a go? >> let's give it a chance. >> we need your help. somebody has to get in here. come on, savannah. >> oh, no. >> hurry up, guys.
>> let's go. >> no hands, right? >> i play soccer. >> each one on -- >> okay. >> willie, nice to meet you, man. >> what am i doing? >> serve. >> use the body. >> any part of the body. >> all right, guys. who's serving? ? >> i'm going to do a little play by play here. >> okay. >> former volleyball player. >> watch this he's going like this. what's that? >> take your glasses off. >> fernando. goes over. >> good one, natalie. good one. >> first point of the day for team willie over there. >> team willie and savannah. >> team willie versus -- >> come on, al, we can do this. >> fernando on the far court
serving. come on. >> come on, fernando. >> can you play on the net? >> we won. >> that's it? >> we're out of time. >> didn't get started yet. >> here comes willie. >> this is your ticket for the serve. >> we're out of time. >> let's see. >> whoa! game over. >> was that long? >> so long. >> i think we have the first three-pointer of the pro footba footballey. >> one more serve here. >> this is "today" on nbc.
field trip to miami. people love the question. kerry sanders, who lives here in miami, will tell us all about that. good to see you. >> it's great. you know, miami is all about the fun in the sun and getting wet in the water. surrounded by miles of ocean and the intercoastal waterway, miami is all about being in the water. >> off the water in a few more seconds. >> reporter: one of the best ways to take it all in is actually from above. >> there's no question when you get up here and you look around, every bit of miami-dade county is on the water. >> yes. that's what i say. we love the water. >> reporter: so many ways to get around. from luxury yachts, to speed
boats, to jet skis. one of the most popular attractions this time of year is the miami boat show. and right over there, across bisca biscayne bay, that's miami. water plus wind means a more daring kind of fun. there's wind surfing and kite surfing. something i tried, but didn't get too far. >> it was a nice try. >> reporter: you can also enjoy a slower pace, with just a paddle and a board. some even do paddle board yoga. and one of the best water event sincere under the water. scuba diving or snorkeling. head west on a boat to the
everglades. everglades is home to many rare species, including the american crocodile and the florida panther. and in parts of the national park, you might even glimpse a manatee. and that is life on the water in miami. and, of course, there are going to be some people in parts of this country who are digging out this morning who are going to hate me for this, but water temperature here, 73 degrees. >> oh, my gosh. say good-bye to the mike. kerry, have fun. we want to give a good thanks to those who have been showing us
>> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. welcome back to miami. he has wowed us out on our plaza in new york city a number of times. now, we're on his turf. without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, miami's own flo rida. ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one ♪ miami let me hear you ♪ if i took you home it would be a home run show me how you do ♪ i want to shut down the club with you with you
i wanna shut down the club with you with you with you hey i heard you like the wild ones wild ones ooh ♪ come on ♪ i am a wild one break me in saddle me up and let's begin i am a wild one tame me now running with wolves and i'm on the prowl ♪ ♪ show you another side of me a side you would never thought you would see tear up that body dominate you till you've had enough i hear you like the wild stuff ♪ ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one ooh hey i heard you like the wild ones wild ones ♪ >> flo rida, ladies and
you've played everywhere but it must be nice to play to the home crowd. >> i'm here with all my fans who love me dearly. i'm happy to be here in miami. my hometown. love you, miami! >> this is a little early for miami, right? >> i don't think it's too early. got a ton of people out here who love the "today" show. it's a little late actually for some folks. >> you're right, it's a little late. >> flo rida, it must mean a lot to you, to be able to give back to this town the way you have, charity wise. >> big dreams for kids. it definitely has brought the florida youth football league, number one league for the first time. love and support and everyone who is supporting us. >> we tant to hear you sing some more. natalie and flow rida, take it aw away.
and kiss it go hard in my lambo strikes and visit to meeting the rain gotta roll with the vision vision of a good time all i wanna know when the party gona stop let the good times roll come on let's go you got another minute ♪ ♪ get the party on the roll ain't nothing like the feeling when you're winning in your soul ♪ ♪
times roll ♪ ♪ come on baby let the good times roll p ♪ >> flo rida, letting the good times roll on a beautiful morning in south beach. more music in just a moment. >> what a show he puts on. but first a friday flashback. our look at the week that was here on "today." troubled star mindy mccready has died aft ed of a self infli wound. oscar pistorius. >> this man was a hero, superhero. now he's doing a perp walk. it's so hard to reconcile. triggering a massive fire in kansas city. an entire city block up in flames. >> how many people were hurt? where are they? who are they? what's their condition? a commuter bus colliding with a school bus all caught on
tape. heavy snow and ice expected from new mexico to virginia. plumbers will they be honest and competent? >> i was watching you on hidden camera. >> i'm done. the michigan couple who won millions playing their late friend's favorite penny slot machine. >> i believe that my friend directed me right to that machine. montalvo gave birth, wait for it, to two sets of twins. 160 back flips in a car. my mom is up early in tucson, arizona. hi, mom. good morning. >> hi, savannah. now your shirt's untucked. can you tuck that in? we're out here too long, ale. >> it's never too long. is it true? do we talk too much? >> yes, we do. this would be great for marco rubio at those speeches.
>> you still got him by the legs. >> oh, okay. joan rivers and melissa as well. you are so inappropriate. am i the first one to ever say that? >> thank you. yeah, like that. james monroe. >> jackson. >> you can't give two answers. >> what is that? >> we are, of course, here in miami. >> oh, no, no! >> yeah. let's get to work! 8:56 is your time now on this february 22nd, 2013, good morning. i'm eun yang. today a montgomery county teacher will appear in court saying he repeatedly sexually abused two students. he teaches in rockville. police say he touched two 11-year-old girls inappropriately on several occasions this school year. he is on administrative leave.
good morning, at midmorning, we have passing south of washington a fast-moving snow shower now moving through the north neck of virginia and north of there a few scattered flurries around. those with us off and on perhaps through the afternoon. did get a brief dusting. shenandoah valley, this picture from earlier this morning. rain likely tomorrow. danella, how's traffic. checking on a water main break ap opiate open